Participatory methodologies enable communities to assess climate-induced loss and damage

Opportunities to strengthen resilience can be limited, as the adverse impacts of climate change become more severe. In these cases, it is recognized that there are limits to adaptation and that communities are facing loss and damage as a result of climate change. The perspectives of communities most vulnerable to climate change impacts—in particular those...

Anderson, T., & Singh, H. (2020). Participatory methodologies enable communities to assess climate-induced loss and damage. APN Science Bulletin, 10(1). doi:10.30852/sb.2020.1241

Vulnerability of urban waters to emerging contaminants in India and Sri Lanka: Resilience framework and strategy

Vulnerability and resilience of urban waters, under the shifting paradigm of climate change and urbanization, needs to be evaluated from both quantitative and qualitative perspectives. We evaluated the vulnerability of urban waters of Guwahati, the largest city in Northeastern India, and Colombo, the coastal National Capital Territory of Sri Lanka, by analyzing the concurrence of...

Kumar, M., Chaminda, T., Honda, R., & Furumai, H. (2019). Vulnerability of urban waters to emerging contaminants in India and Sri Lanka: Resilience framework and strategy. APN Science Bulletin, 9(1). doi:10.30852/sb.2019.799

Using a participatory-based toolkit to build resilience and adaptive capacity to climate change impacts in rural India: A new paradigm shift for rural communities in the Himalaya

The Himalaya-Tibetan Plateau, also known as the Water Tower of Asia, has the highest mountains and glaciers in the world. Meltwater from this huge reserve feeds some of Asia’s major river basins. Changing monsoon patterns, more extreme weather events and continued melting of glaciers have long-term implications for the region’s water, energy and food security....

Heath, L., Tiwari, P., Sadhukhan, B., Tiwari, S., Joshi, B., Ailikun, . . . Yan, J. (2018). Using a participatory-based toolkit to build resilience and adaptive capacity to climate change impacts in rural India: A new paradigm shift for rural communities in the Himalaya. APN Science Bulletin, 8(1). doi:10.30852/sb.2018.292